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Spring Fruit Breakdown

Spring means gorgeous weather for outdoor workouts, but it also means scrumptious fresh fruit. You can say goodbye to using frozen bags of berries and dried cranberries, and say hello to biting into juicy slices of mango, oranges, and strawberries. When you choose fruits that are in season, they'll taste much richer, and should be less expensive than when you buy them off-season.


If you're curious to know how these sweet types of produce compare, then check out the nutritional info when you read more.

Fruit Calories Carbs (g) Fiber (g) Sugars (g) Protein (g) Iron (mg) Calcium (mg) Potassium (mg)
1 apricot 17 4 1 3 0 .1 4.6 90.6
1 medium banana
(enjoy all year)
105 27 3 14 1 .3 5.9 422
1 cup diced honeydew (20 pieces) 61 15 1 14 1 .3 10.2 388
1 cup sliced mango 107 28 3 24 1 .2 16.5 257
1 large orange 86 22 4 17 2 .2 73.6 333
1 cup diced papaya
(enjoy all year)
55 14 3 8 1 .1 33.6 360
1 cup diced pineapple 82 22 2 16 1 .5 21.5 180
1 cup sliced strawberries 53 13 3 8 1 .7 26.6 254

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